COVID-19 Updates
Updated December 7, 2020

Cambridge College will continue remote teaching through Spring 2021 term. The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community are important to us. Please see our updates regarding COVID-19 protocols and campus plans.

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Betsy Tregar


Education Week Question:

How can we help English Language Learners meet the Common Core Standards?

Response from Betsy Tregar:

Teachers and Schools...

2018 Cambridge College Commencement

On Sunday, June 3, 2018, Cambridge College welcomed Eastern Bank Chair and Chief Executive Officer Robert F. Rivers as its keynote speaker and one of three honorary degree recipients for its 47...

Poor People's Campaign

Thirty red tents in orderly rows on the Boston Common Monday afternoon symbolized veteran homelessness on Memorial Day and were an eye-catching cornerstone of the Poor...

Marjorie Kaye sculptures

The Cambridge College 2018 Arts and Culture Series


Marjorie Kaye


Art Exhibit


Priya Samant

She is a social entrepreneur and multi-talented professional with experience working on Presidential campaign, with non-profit leaders, C-level executives and at grass root level.

“What I...

Dr. Mary Garrity

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Mary Garrity has been promoted to the position of Interim Dean in the School of Education, effective April 16, 2018.  Dr. Garrity brings to this position her...

Gilda Gely

Cambridge College is pleased to announce that Dr. Gilda Gely has been appointed Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.  Since July 2017, Dr. Gely has held the position of Interim Provost...

hospitality graduates

Nineteen students graduated from a security guard program in Springfield Wednesday night.

The graduates are part of the pre-apprentice hospitality program to become security workers. It's a...

Dr. Santiago Mendez-Hernandez, Director of Cambridge College Puerto Rico

For the past two years, Cambridge College Puerto Rico Regional Center has been experiencing substantial enrollment growth; in fact, it grew 144 percent when compared with the 2015 academic year....

Shirin Haddadin with Syrian refugee children

Shirin Haddadin teaches science to sixth grade students at Beebe Middle School in Malden, Massachusetts. She is also a student at Cambridge College, who will be completing her Master of Science...